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Saturday, June 9 • 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Community Renaissance in Mondawmin

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This conversation will focus on the new Metro Heights apartments and the Parks & People Foundation headquarters in the Greater Mondawmin neighborhood of West Baltimore. Centrally located adjacent to the Mondawmin Mall, a major transit hub, Druid Hill Park, and the Maryland Zoo, it is a struggling but stable community that was roiled by civil unrest in 2015. We’ll discuss the factors that will impact this neighborhood’s future and explore a range of questions including: How has the neighborhood’s history impacted new development? What is the relationship between public and private open space? Will new development in this area impact the perception or reality of safety issues? How will each project impact future resurgence of the neighborhood? 

Speakers
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Lydia Kimball

Landscape Architet, Floura Teeter Landscape Architects
With over 30 years of practice, Lydia has developed a particular expertise in site design projects insenior living, affordable housing, higher education, and other public institutional projects. She was theproject manager for Landscape Architecture at the Metro Heights Apartments... Read More →
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Steve Preston

Parks and People Foundation
Steve Preston oversees the design and delivery of Parks & People projects in Baltimore,including the current renovation of Ambrose Kennedy Park, revitalization of 10 inner block parks inhistoric Harlem Park and the creation of the new “Miracle on McKean” park in Easterwood. Steve... Read More →
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Zolna Russell

Floura Teeter Landscape Architects
Zolna Russell is a leader in sustainable landscapes, focusing her work on integrating ecology into urban environments. Collaborating with local communities, her designs respond to the specifics of place and the needs and desires of the users. Working with local materials and native... Read More →
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Magda Westerhout

Vice President, Moseley Architects
Magda joined Moseley Architects in 1987 and has served as project manager and principal incharge for many of the firms’ largest and most successful affordable housing projects. Projects underher direction include Catholic Charities, Stadium Place, and Burgess Mill Station. She is... Read More →
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Ronald Wilson

Director of Housing Initiatives, Enterprise Homes
As Director of Housing Initiatives for Enterprise Homes, Inc., Ron brings deep experience inhousing and community development. Ron was a Development Officer at Shorebank DevelopmentCorporation in Chicago, Director of Philadelphia Neighborhood Enterprise, and Director of LandResources... Read More →


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